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West Palm Beach was established in 1894, two decades after pioneers first arrived in the wilderness at Lake Worth. In 1893, Henry M. Flagler, Standard Oil magnate and Florida railroad mogul, finalized plans to extend his Florida East Coast Railroad south in order to turn Palm Beach into a winter playground for the rich. He designed West Palm Beach as the mainland commercial and residential support for his new resort. From its humble beginnings, it has become Palm Beach County's largest city and the seat of government. The city has suffered fires, hurricanes, boom times, and hard times, always emerging triumphantly. This installment of West Palm Beach's fascinating story shares its unique settlement and growth through the end of World War II.
- : Lynn Lasseter Drake, Richard A Marconi
- : Arcadia Publishing Library Editions
- : 9781531625948
- : Engels
- : Hardcover
- : 130
- : oktober 2006
- : 413
- : 244 x 170 x 10 mm.
- : Geschiedenis van Amerika; Lokale geschiedenis; Verenigde Staten van Amerika, VS